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Gov. Pence regrets not being a 'better listener'
“I certainly learned — again — that I’m not perfect. If I have a regret, I regret that we didn’t spend more time listening before the bill got to my desk. My ambition is to be a better listener. I support religious freedom. I also oppose discrimination. I was raised to do unto others, what you would have them do unto you. Those are core principles for me. If I had thought it was about discrimination, I would have vetoed the bill. I meant that to my bone marrow.”
, to the IndyStar’s
. Asked about the coming push to expand the state’s civil rights code to include sexual orientation, Pence gave no definitive answer. It is an issue that is poised to greatly complicate his coming reelection bid.
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